How to create Database for Moodle in cPanel?

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  • Hazel Williams
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    Thanks.

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  • Emerson Abby
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    Some of its advantages are:
    1. Moodle speaks plain PHP
    2. Global expertise community
    3. Assessment-type flexibility
    4. Learning Analytics tools

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  • damiendada
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    Hello, thank you for your answer, it helps me too.

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  • Jamie Lee
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    Moodle is an online learning platform that allows you to design online courses, administer tasks, and track your students' progress.

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  • Emma Peterson
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    Steps to set up Moodle:
    1. Click on My cPanel.
    2. Under Software/Services, select Softaculous.
    3. From the left-hand menu, under Educational, select Moodle.
    4. Click the Install button.
    5. You may then configure the Software Setup.

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  • Hallie Russell
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    How do I set up Moodle on my website?

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  • WilliamJack
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    As far as I know, it's not hard to create a database in moodle. It's required basic SQL knowledge and to follow steps on their official website https://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Create..._site_database. I suppose difficulties will appear at the point of lead enrichment. Have you prepared the data you want to use in the database? Any ideas on how to structure it? I know these questions might sound irrelevant at the moment, but trust me gathering and structuring information is the hardest part. I would love to see the final result of your database.
    Last edited by WilliamJack; 15-06-2022, 11:35.

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  • Clara Smith
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    Follow the procedure to create a database for Moodle in cPanel:
    1. Log in to your cPanel account.
    2. Go to the DATABASES section and click on MySQL Database Wizard.
    3. Enter a name for the Moodle database and click Next Step.
    4. Enter the username and password for the new Moodle database and click Create User.
    5. Select All Privileges and click the Next Step button.
    6. Click Return Home to go back to the main interface.

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  • Emerson Abby
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    Moodle is a management system that is free and open source. It's utilized for e-learning projects, and it's a must-have for students, educators, universities, and schools working on such projects.

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  • How to create Database for Moodle in cPanel?

    I want to know how to create a database for Moodle in cPanel.
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